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Help with adobe flash player

Link to this post 03 Aug 10

I am new in Linux (ubuntu) and i have a problem....

i want to watch some videos on but i cant i have to install adobe flash player

i download .deb file and run it it tells me that :

it tells me : ERROR: wrong architecture CPU 'i386'

i need help

George Aposporis

Link to this post 04 Aug 10

Downloading the .deb file was not necessary in Ubuntu.

You should enable the Third-party software repository.
Then, Install the flashplugin-installer package
Once you restart your browser, flash should be working.

Link to this post 04 Aug 10

I told that i am newbie in Linux plz explain it

Link to this post 04 Aug 10

I do not use Ubuntu, so I can't give you a step by step instruction on how to install it. Here is a link that explains how to install Flash on Ubuntu.

Link to this post 04 Aug 10

Hi George,
please do the following and you will be able to install flash player...

Install Flash Player For Ubuntu Linux
Type the following command to install flash player:

$ sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

Now flash player should be working. Visit youtube or any other site to view flash content.

Troubleshooting tip
Update: This issue only relevant to older Ubuntu Linux version such as 6.04.

Some people may find voice is not working with newly installed flash player. Type following commands to solve this problem (thanks to
$ sudo apt-get install alsa-oss
$ gksudo gedit /etc/firefox/firefoxrc

Find line that read as FIREFOX_DSP and set to:
Save and close the file.

Close Firefox and restart it again.

Link to this post 04 Aug 10

where to to type these ? Linux CMD ??

plz i know u want to help me but give me details or make a video it would be very usefull

Thanks my friend,
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